Another Award for Tiger: Woods Wins PGA Player of the Year

Joe LibrizziContributor IDecember 19, 2009

Tiger Woods takes home another trophy despite all the recent controversy.

After winning the Associated Press Athlete of the Decade award on Wednesday, Woods was voted the PGA Tour player of the year on Friday.  He has won this award 10 out of the 13 years on tour.  

After coming off season ending ACL surgery and broken bones in his left leg during the 2008 season he made a strong comeback in 2009.  Woods won six PGA Tour events during that time.  In fact, winning three more events then any other golfer on tour.  

Woods' also took home two other honors.  

He won the Byron Nelson Award for having the lowest adjusted scoring average (68.05).

He won the Arnold Palmer Award for the money title, winning over $10.5 million.

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